We all want our kids to grow healthy and strong and become productive members of the society. It is for this reason that we strive to provide them with the best upbringing. We strive to ensure that they eat proper meals, that will supply them with the needed nutrients for growth and development. We strive to take them to the best schools, that will help them with their careers later in life. We also strive to make sure that they are safe by making sure that our homes are well protected and secure. Within our homes, our kids have their own rooms where they are free to be themselves. It is in their rooms that kids can play and express themselves. They also get to learn about the world outside and this is what makes a child’s room important in their growth and development. Let’s now look in detail at the various ways your kid’s room impacts their growth and development.
They are learning centres.
Your kid’s room is just about the most serene environments where they can do their school assignments. Any other room in the house such as the living and the dining areas are full of distractions that may make it difficult for them to do their assignments. In their rooms, however, they can concentrate on their assignments and this gives them the best chance to excel in them. Homework is a critical part of the school education system and kids require a safe, secure and quiet environment to do their homework. The assignments that your kids take home with them are meant to help them better understand the concepts taught in school. By providing your children with a great avenue to do their school assignments aids in their growth and development.
Their rooms are safe playing areas.
Children are playful characters. They need to play as much as possible. Play time is very important for children since it introduces them to objects, shapes, and figures and this helps with their intellectual growth. They get to understand words, shapes, and colours when they play with their toys. Children can play outdoors or inside the house. When they play in their rooms, they are safe and parents can easily monitor them. They can also snack up when they feel hungry, as they are already at home. And to put the icing on the cake, they can even take a nap when they get tired and all these factors contribute to make your kid’s room the best place for child’s play.
Children rarely play alone and when they invite their friends over for play time it aids with their social development. Social development is very important to children since it helps them develop their oral communication skills. It makes them feel loved and this sense of belonging eliminates any feelings of self-doubt and loneliness. It is also when they play together that they are able to understand the essence of collaboration and cooperation. This will come in handy later in life, when they have to collaborate on school projects and at work.
Some of the games that kids play in their rooms are intellectual in nature and this helps with their mental development. This includes games such as puzzles and board games that require some level of mental analysis and creative thinking to solve them. This builds their mental capacity and makes them young geniuses.
They are comfortable sleep areas.
This is the primary purpose of your child’s room. It is here where they get to sleep after a long day at school. Sleep is very important to kids, since it helps them relax and restore their energy levels. It is also when they are asleep that the growth hormones function optimally and this makes quality sleep very important to growing kids. This also means their room should be comfortable to provide them with the best environment for sleeping and relaxing. This includes bedding, mattress, and bedroom furniture!
As highlighted above, your child’s room has an important role to play in their growth and development. Their rooms should be set up properly to better support this role. And most importantly your child’s room should reflect everything they love. Of course, there are many things that can impact your child’s development, but you can always start with their room! Is your child’s room a complete fun zone or a quiet learning environment? Or maybe even a combination? let us know in the comments below.